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Made for Let's PARTY 2011 tag game and I am glad I did. We definately loved this quick and easy dish. I did use fresh snow peas for the frozen peas and added some pepper flakes for spice. Will make this again and I think I will add some shrimp like a previous reviewer did. Thank you for posting.
This recipe is really good, quick, simple and healthy! Love it! Gotta have the baby bok choy with it, and I used organic whole wheat udon noodles too and it was very filling. Will make again!
We LOVED this recipe. I was searching for a WW recipe and found this. Have to admit when I first read this was not sure that we'd like it but decided to try it any ways. I used a mix of both red and yellow sweet peppers and left out the mushrooms as mine had spoiled when I went to use them and added a sprinkling of crushed red pepper for spice. Other than that followed it exactly using spagetti for the noodles. Loved the spice of the sauce, it was so good and the final result was so fresh tasting and not to heavy for a hot day. Went together so fast and had all the ingrediants (expect for spoiled mushrooms) on hand so not only fast but easy. This is sure to be a fav in this house - thanks so much for posting.
This was yummy, it tasted like stirfry over noodles instead of rice, atleast to us.
Loved, loved this. I made as posted except omitted peas and added 1/2 lb shrimp. For some added heat I threw in 2 tsp of chili paste. This is so easy to prepare and you get lots of veggies. How cool is that? I used yakisoba noodles for my Japanese noodles. This makes large servings. Thanks for posting. Made for Spring PAC 2009. :)
This was pretty good. I used angel hair pasta as I couldn't decide which noodles to choose. I also used a coleslaw mix, rather than shredding my own. The sauce was tangier than I expected, but still good. It made 4 - 5 servings for my family. It is nice to make ahead, then just reheat.